When I first started practicing law, I had distinct ideas about who my clients would be. They would be rich. Many of them would drive Maseratis. They would spend insane amounts of money litigating and wouldn’t care how many all-nighters it took to win their case, which was their all-encompassing desire. They existed, primarily, for me to try cases and get paid.
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